Bill Clinton's transition after the 1992 election launched the first of Al Kamen's 2,700 columns. It started in Marrakesh, with stops in Jerusalem, Aswan (high on the Nile), then down the river to Cairo, to a Red Sea resort and on to the ancient city of Petra in Jordan and then Damascus. Al Kamen, an award-winning columnist on the national staff of The Washington Post, created the "In the Loop" column in 1993.
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Bill Clinton is headlining a $1,000-a-ticket fundraiser for Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign Wednesday at the West Hartford home of Attorney General George Jepsen. The next evening, the former president will be at the University of Connecticut in Storrs to accept the Thomas J. Dodd Prize in International Justice and Human Rights. Clinton, who lives in Chappaqua, N.Y., helped raise money and get out the vote for the re-election last year of Gov.
Bill Clinton's 1992 presidential campaign was fueled in part by money from big Wall Street executives, and he continued to cozy up to them during his eight years in the White House. The bill to repeal the Glass-Steagall Act, known by some as the Citigroup Authorization Act, has been called one of the major contributors to the 2008 financial crisis.
But Murray and Hello Games were quick to douse cold waters into the anticipation with this latest development, which spells more waiting time for fans. The monologue has consistently been the weakest part of the show only because Colbert is least experienced in stand-up, visual-free comedy. The show, in its entirety, was basically an hour-long version of the "Colbert Report".
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In 1992, former President Bill Clinton's campaign team coined the phrase "It's the economy, stupid, "to emphasize that a sound, vibrant U.S. economy is the core responsibility of the federal government. At the same time, Joe went on the record, supporting the treaty as the better choice, between an agreement and military action.
The last time the Toronto Blue Jays made it this far in the season, it was 1993, and the world was a very different place. * Bill Clinton begins his 12 year run as President of the United States, following George H. W. Bush - That's Big Daddy Bush, not Dubya. Monica Lewinsky is just 10 years old, and Hilary is just The First Lady. * Prime Minister Brian Mulroney resigns, making Kim Campbell the first - and so far only - female Prime Minister.
Clinton said that Sanders' appeal is because a large percentage of the Democratic party feels that both the system is rigged against them, and that they should act more like Republicans and stop rewarding moderates. Colbert also asked the former president to discuss the rumor that he called Trump and asked him to run for president. "So I simply called him back... and by the time I had gotten him back he had forgotten why he called me in the first place."
Bill Clinton's backstage role in his wife's presidential campaign may be coming to an end. In the past two weeks, the 42nd president has headlined at least five fundraisers, and he delivered the keynote address at a Jefferson-Jackson party dinner in West Virginia. In a separate interview last month with CNN, he likened the email controversy to the Whitewater scandal that hung over the early years of his presidency and never led to any prosecutions.
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But now, after more than two decades as the largely-uncontested representative-for-life of a congressional district stretching from Manhattan's West Side to Brooklyn's Boro Park, one of the most powerful Jews in New York City politics appears to face a political fight on the horizon. Nadler represents an estimated 270,000 Jewish New Yorkers in Congress, according to estimates revised last year by the Berman Jewish DataBank -- 100,000 more Jews than anyone else in the House.